CmdEasy - How to open a website through a custom command?

  • Open CmdEasy.
  • Open up the Command editor through the toolbar Add/Edit custom commands option 


  • Click on Add to add a new command.
  • By default, the CmdEasy adds a random name and alias to any command that is added to the configuration. You can change the Name, Alias, and Path of your choice at any time. Make sure that the Path value entered is a valid path.
  • You can give the website name in the Name field, custom name in the Alias field, and website address that starts with https:// in the Path field. 
  • Click OK to go back to the terminal.
  • In the command terminal, type the Alias field value to open the website or click on   from the toolbar to insert it into the terminal. You can also right-click on the custom command to open the context menu and select the insert to terminal option.


  What are the prerequisites for running the CmdEasy?

  How to install CmdEasy on Windows 64-bit OS?

  How to install CmdEasy on Windows 32-bit OS?

  How to open CmdEasy after installation is successful?

  How to add an alias to a command?

  How to open a shortcut through a custom command?

  How to open windows applets through CmdEasy?

  How to open a particular directory using a custom command?

  How to execute a command from the most used windows commands list?

  How to view the executed commands history?

  How to view and execute from the top 20 command history?

  How to change the background color of the command terminal ?

  How to change the font of the command terminal ?

  How to change the font color of the command terminal ?

  How to reset the colors and font of the terminal window to default?

  How to stop a long-running command?

  How to report a bug, ask questions, and provide feedback or suggestions?